Dauphin County



Duncannon, PA:

Red Rabbit Drive In is located at 60 Benvenue Road. This old-fashioned 1950’s style drive-in restaurant is “Home of the Bunny Burger”. The restaurant features good food in a unique atmosphere offering carhop service allowing you to eat in your car, at one of the outdoor picnic tables, or take it with you. The Red Rabbit is a ‘Made When Ordered’ restaurant. They also offer ice cream products for dessert! (717) 834-4696  

Grantville, PA:
Penn National Race Course and Hollywood Casino are located at 777 Hollywood Boulevard. This entertainment facility features a variety of options, including slots, table games, live thoroughbred and simulcast racing, and an array of casual and fine dining options. Hollywood Casino is open year-round, 24 hours a day. The race course opened in 1972. It is a thoroughbred racing track with live racing. (717) 469-2211  

Halifax, PA:
Lake Tobias Wildlife Park is located at 760 Tobias Road. The wildlife park has been open since 1965 featuring exotic animals and situated in a quiet countryside. Enjoy animal-themed family activities that appeal to all ages. Strolling through the zoo to view exotic creatures from afar or get up close and personal with the animals in an open-air safari tour! There are many things to do during your visit to the park. (717) 362-9126  

Harrisburg, PA:
West Hanover Winery is located at 7646 Jonestown Road. Enjoy award-winning wines, summer concerts, and wine tasting tours. This is the first and oldest operational winery in the county. (717) 652-3711  

PA Farm Show Complex and Expo Center is located at 2300 N. Cameron Street. Pennsylvania is proud to host the largest indoor agricultural exposition in the country. The Farm Show remains the largest indoor agricultural event that includes 24 acres of animals, educational encounters, displays and food, family, and fun. From the agricultural shows that gave the building its name, to the car shows, sporting events, conventions and other activities that take place here throughout the year, this facility is home to many exciting events. Featuring more than 200 shows, sporting events and meetings each year, and utilizing nearly one million square feet of indoor floor space, the Complex is one of the premier event locations in Pennsylvania.  The flexibility of the Complex allows it to host major events around the entire facility, a private meeting or anything in between. Plenty of parking! (717) 787-2905   

City Island is located off the Market Street Bridge in the city. Harrisburg features the unique, 1-mile long, 63-acre City Island, conveniently located just across the walking bridge from the downtown and easily accessible by car as well. The Pride of the Susquehanna River Boat offers popular themed cruises and daily sight-seeing cruises aboard the last remaining paddle-wheel riverboat in America! City Island also boasts picturesque paths for walking or biking if you prefer to explore on foot. Hop on the Island’s miniature train or enclosed trolley to see the sites, or head to South Mountain Carriage Co. for an elegant horse-drawn carriage ride on City Island or along Riverfront Park. You can also pet the horses at their carriage house. Play mini-golf or grab a bite to eat! And don’t forget to watch the Harrisburg Senator’s, the area’s semi-pro baseball team! (717) 432-2468  

Hershey, PA:
Hersheypark is located at 100 W. Hersheypark Drive. This family theme park welcomes guests from around the world! It offers a full water park, thrilling rides and coasters for all ages, restaurants, games, shows and other attractions. Something for everyone from enjoying the park to visiting Zoo America or taking a riding tour through Chocolate World. The sights and sounds will have you coming back again and again. (717) 534-3900  

Antique Automobile Club of America Museum is located at 161 Museum Drive. The 71,000 square foot museum is officially named the AACA Museum at Hershey. Offering noteworthy exhibits and an ever-growing permanent collection, the Museum welcomes guests of all ages to enjoy the wonders of invention, interactive educational displays, famous and one-of-a-kind vehicles, and family fun. Visitors stroll through eight decades in time while traveling from New York to San Francisco. It’s a trip down “memory lane” as iconic settings reveal vehicles from generations of American motoring. (717) 566-7100  

Hummelstown, PA:
Indian Echo Caverns is located at 368 Middletown Road. Millions of tourists have visited Indian Echo Caverns since it was officially opened commercially on May 6, 1929. Indian Echo Caverns is a limestone cave, over 440 million years old. The temperature inside the caverns is 52 degrees year round. While there, enjoy the gift shop, search for treasures at the Gem Mill Junction, kids can play at the playground, enjoy a family picnic or see the petting zoo. Lots to do here! (717) 566-8131     

Middletown, PA:
Middletown and Hummelstown Railroad is located at 136 Brown Street. Enjoy an 11-mile round-trip train ride along the Swatara Creek. Learn the history of the area, the Union Canal, and the railroad from a live narration. Passengers board the 1920’s vintage Delaware, Lackawanna & Western coaches at the station in Middletown, which was originally built as a freight station and in more recent years converted for use as a passenger station. The station contains a ticket window, gift shop and modern ADA restrooms. Browse the gift shop or relax on the porch and visit with folks from near and far. Following the towpath of the canal completed in 1827, the train travels north toward Hummelstown. Much of the canal is still visible alongside the peaceful Swatara. The narration tells of other historical artifacts, Horse Thief Cave folklore, and many more fun facts about the rail line and south-central Pennsylvania. On the return trip, crew are available to talk with you and answer questions. (717) 944-4435 ext 1